According to NFLPA records, Seattle Seahawks Pro Bowl safety Kam Chancellor changed agents recently.
Originally represented by Washington, DC-based George Mavrikes, Chancellor is now represented by Alvin Keels, who is based in Nofolk, Virginia, which also happens to be Chancellor's hometown.
Keels also represents Seahawks running back Leon Washington, as well as Washington Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall, Cincinnati Bengals defensive end Michael Johnson and right tackle Andre Smith.
A 2010 fifth round pick out of Virginia, the 6-foot-3, 232-pound Chancellor was a core performer on special teams as a rookie, playing in about 11 percent of the team's defensive snaps, primarily as a reserve strong safety behind Lawyer Milloy, but also in the team's seven-defensive back "Bandit" package. Chancellor replaced Milloy in 2012, totaling 97 tackles, one sack, four interceptions and 13 passes defensed in 15 starts, joining his secondary mates Earl Thomas and Brandon Browner in Hawai'i for the Pro Bowl.
Chancellor has two years remaining on his four-year, $2.003 million rookie contract. Chancellor is scheduled to earn $540,000 in base salary in 2012 and, based on his playing time in 2011, should increase his 2013 base salary to around $1.323 million.